An exciting first round of training sessions on Internet Governance is now complete. The NetMission Ambassadors are one step closer to their goal to engage young people around Asia to participate in Internet Governance. In past two months, they experienced a flipped classroom where they organized training sessions to study hot issues of Internet Governance. It is so important for ambassadors to experience firsthand how to plan and deliver a workshop to engage an audience that is new to Internet Governance issues. Different themes were covered including: Gig economy, Human Rights Online, Digital Economy and Artificial Intelligence. Also, an interactive environment was created to facilitate the dialogue between the speakers and participants.
Learning continues after the introductory training sessions ended in April. Soon, they will doing in-depth research in the different issues and empowering other young people to participate in the Internet Governance discourse with the insight gained from the fruitful discussions sparked by a group of experienced and knowledgeable guest speakers including technologists, legislative counselors, entrepreneurs and university professors. A big thank you to all! Look out for the NetMission Ambassadors bring fresh perspectives to different Internet Governance initiatives in Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea and Vanuatu later this year!
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To most Ambassadors, this summer was a busy but definitely a fruitful one. In the past few months, the ambassadors were deployed to participate in various internet governance activities in Asia. It was exciting that we physically reached out to 109 young people from different youth IGF happened in HK, TW, South Korea, and Vanuatu.read more
go.asia; Hong Kong Church Network for the Poor; The Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong; MaD Asia; JCI City Lady Hong Kong;read more
In support of the Sustainable Development Goal 4 to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. DotAsia is happy to be a part of the Kids4Kids’ Sharing for a Cause (SFAC) 2018 campaign.read more
As a long-term partner of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution in Asia, this year we echo with his worldwide AdEnough campaign which aims to urge Asia media to stop the promotion of junk food via TV advertisements during “Parental Guidance Recommended” timeslots. With...read more